SELECTIVE SCHOOL TEST
CALCULATOR
SELECTIVE SCHOOL TEST
CALCULATOR
MATHEMATICAL REASONING
20 questions, 20 minutes
ENGLISH
THINKING SKILLS
MATHEMATICS
ENGLISH
THINKING SKILLS
MATHâ€‹
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The numbers in these boxes follow a pattern.
Some of the entries are missing.Q =
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This van weighs 2.2 tonnes.
Using your own weight as a guide, how
many Year 6 students would be needed
to balance it?
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B about 200
C about 500
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If 6 workers can complete 9 identical jobs in 3 days, how long will it take 4 workers toÂ complete 10 such jobs?
(A) 3 daysÂ (B) 4 daysÂ (C) 5 daysÂ (D) 6 daysÂ (E) more than 6 days
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For Eric’s 12th birthday his sister gave him a new game called “Pictivia”. Eric was excited to play the new game with his friends. The game’s board consisted of a number of 6 cm by 6 cm squares, located around the edge.
The total area of the nine yellow squares on the board is
A) 54 cm^{2}
B) 120 cm^{2}
C) 324 cm^{2}
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Jamie has a rectangular tarp that he lays on the ground beneath his tent when he goes camping. To prevent the edges of the tarp from fraying, Jamie decides to place duct tape around the edge of the tarp. He calculates that he will need 20 meters of duct tape.
What might be the dimension of the tarp?
A) 3 m by 2 m
B) 4 m by 5 m
C) 4 m by 6 m
D) 9 m by 11 mCorrectIncorrect 
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The probability of winning the local raffle isÂ . If Shelley has purchased 15 tickets, how many of her tickets should be winning tickets based on the advertised odds?
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One afternoon, Stacey and Jordan decide to have a race. Stacey puts on her rollerblades and begins skating. 10 minutes later, Jordan gets on his bike and heads off after Stacey. Stacey is going 15 km per hour and Jordan is going 24 km per hour.
From the time when he started, how long will it take Jordan to catch up with Stacey?
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B) 17 minutes
C) 27 minutes
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